Volunteer Coaches to co-lead Matter of Balance: Managing Concerns About Falls workshops. Coaches help participants become more confident about managing falls by believing that they can increase their strength, find ways to reduce falls, and protect themselves if they do fall. Coaches are paired with another volunteer Coach. Coaches empower the lives of others to become confident as well as provide self-management tools to enhance the lives of others. For more information contact, Shelia Woods at 372-6918 Ext. 2763.
Menus and Nutritional Analysis
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Meals for Better Living Senior Nutrition Program Partners with Meals on Wheels association of America's "Share the Love" Campaign.
Meals for Better Living senior Nutrition Program was awarded $500 by the Meals on Wheels Association of America's "Share the Love" Campaign to help end senior hunger. The award will provide an extra layer of support to help provide nutritious meals to homebound seniors in Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson and Jennings Counties.
Meals for Better Living
Senior Nutrition Program- A Program for wellness, fellowship, exercise, nutrition, and so much more!
Meals for Better Living delivers hot, nutritious meals Monday - Friday from 10:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m. to older adults and disabled homebound persons who qualify for the service. We also have a Private Pay meal delivery program for all ages.
Senior Luncheon Sites serve hot meals at 11:30 a.m. each weekday at 15 sites in Bartholomew, Brown, Decatur, Jackson and Jennings Counties. We also offer programs promoting wellness, fellowship, exercise, nutrition and more at each luncheon site.
luncheon site meal program
There are 15 meal sites in our five counties. The meals are served in group settings once a day, five days a week. At each site people meet, socialize and make new friends. The program coordinates with local senior and community centers to furnish a broad range of educational, recreational and supportive services. These services promote the physical, economic, mental, social, and physiological well-being of the participants. A nutrition education program is held at least once a month at each luncheon site.
Financial donations are essential to support the program and are always greatly appreciated. Participants are encouraged to donate whatever they can afford. Reservations are appreciated, but not necessary. Call a lunch site nearest you and a meal will be ready for you!
The menus are published in each community newspaper and are available on our site (see bullet point above for "Luncheon Site Locations." Links to current menus and nutritional analyses are also available on this page.
Homebound meals - eligibility
Several funding sources are available that provide financial subsidies for eligible seniors and persons with disabilities. Each has its own eligibility requirements. The minimum requirements for subsidized funding are that you must be 60 years of age or older and homebound (unable to leave your home without assistance). Please call our Options Counselors toll free at 1-866-644-6407 with your questions and for eligibility determination.
At times there may be a waiting list to qualify for some funding sources. It is very important to place your name on a wait list so that you will qualify for assistance as soon as it becomes available. Our Options Counselors are trained to locate and connect you with other community programs that may help you in the interim.
To reserve a meal, call your local Luncheon Site or call 1-866-644-6407 ext. 2763
To find out if you qualify for subsidized meals, call our ADRC at 1-866-644-6407 ext. 2778
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